Sueann Twombly Dumas, of Vero Beach, Florida passed in her home Sunday after a long illness.
Sue, as she preferred to be called, was born in Portland, Maine and relocated to Manchester, New Hampshire in her early adult years. In most recent years she moved to Florida for retirement.
Sue was a smart, vibrant, and social person with a great sense of humor. She enjoyed card games with friends, camping, riding motorcycles since the age of 16, cross-stitch, remodeling and decorating. She truly enjoyed spending time with her family.
Sue leaves behind her sister, Linda Hill, of New York; two nieces, Kristine Yeckley and Anne Marie Yeckley Sanchez. Sue also leaves behind three grandchildren; grandsons, Joshua McKenzie and Deitrick Dumas, and granddaughter, Katrina Dumas, all of Concord, New Hampshire.
She is pre-deceased by her father, Frederick F. Hill and Mother Alice (Drown) Hill; son, Kenneth Allen Dumas and her younger brother, Frederick “Paul” Hill.
In Lieu of flowers, please make donations to St. Jude Children’s Research Center, 262 Danny Thomas Place, Memphis, TN 38105; (800) 822-6344.
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